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Bruce McLaren starting from pole position in the 1964 Goodwood Tourist Trophy in his 1964 Cooper-Zerex-Oldsmobile ‘Jolly Green Giant’

Bruce McLaren starting from pole position in the 1964 Goodwood Tourist Trophy in his 1964 Cooper-Zerex-Oldsmobile ‘Jolly Green Giant’

Bonhams – One of motor racing’s most legendary classic sports-racing cars, Bruce McLaren’s 1964 Cooper-Zerex-Oldsmobile ‘Jolly Green Giant’ – which became something of a long-lost ‘Holy Grail’ – has been unearthed and returned to British soil for the first time in 57 years.

The very first sports car to carry the Kiwi team badge of the late Grand Prix and Le Mans-winning driver and constructor, Bruce McLaren, has been unveiled at the Bonhams Festival of Speed Sale at Goodwood, where it is to be offered for sale later in the year, in the auction house’s Goodwood Revival Sale on September 17th.



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